Source: KSNV, NEWS 3 Nightly, Las Vegas
Keywords: DRI, Duane Moser, microbiology, ecosystem, pupfish
Description: News 3 took a trip out to Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Death Valley National Park to see what microbiologist Duane Moser, from the Desert Research Institute, and his team are doing to try and understand and save the last known survivor of what is thought to have been a large ecosystem of fish species that lived in Lake Manly, which dried up at the end of the last ice age leaving the present day Death Valley in California.
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